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" An almes, sir prieste!' the droppynge pilgrim saide; 'O let me waite within your covente dore, Till the sunne sheneth hie above our heade, And the loude tempeste of the aire is oer. "
The Works of Thomas Chatterton ...: Poems attributed to Rowley - Page 365
by Thomas Chatterton, George Gregory - 1803
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Oeuvres de A. de Vigny

Alfred de Vigny - 1837 - 515 pages
...neere to the holme to bidr. His cope was alle of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, Wilh a gold button fasten 'd neere his chynne; His autremete was edged with golden...For the horse-millanare his head with roses dighte. An almes, sir prieste! the droppynge pilgrim saide, O ! le! me wai(e within your covente dore, Till...
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The Book of Gems: Pomfret to Bloomfield

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1837
...neere to the holme to bide. His cope was all of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, With a gold button fasten'd neere his chynne ; His autremete was edged with golden...trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse millanare his head with roses dighte. An almes, sir prieste ! the droppynge pilgrim saide, O...
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The Book of Gems: The Poets and Artists of Great Britain, Volume 1; Volume 3

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1837 - 304 pages
...neere to the holme to bide. His cope was all of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, With a gold button fasten'd neere his chynne ; His autremete was edged with golden...trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse millanare his head with roses dighte. An almes, sir prieste ! the droppynge pilgrim saiclr,...
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The Book of Gems: Pomfret to Bloomfield

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1837
...to bide. His cope was all of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, With a gold button fasten'd neere his chynue ; His autremete was edged with golden twynne, And his...trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse millanare his head with roses dighte. An almes, sir prieste ! the droppynge pilgrim saidc, O...
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The poetical works of Thomas Chatterton, with notes [ed. by C.B. Willcox].

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...fasten'd neere his chynne; His autremete4 was edged with golden twynne, And his shoone pyke 8 a loverds6 mighte have binne ; Full well it shewn he thoughten...For the horse-millanare' his head with roses dighte. 1 He told his beads backwards ; a figurative expression to signify cursing. CHATTERTON. 2 Poor,...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., Volume 2

Thomas Chatterton, Charles Bonnycastle Willcox - 1842
...fastened neere his chynne; His autremete4 was edged with golden twynne, And his shoone pyke 5 a loverds 6 mighte have binne ; Full well it shewn he thoughten...palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse-millanare 7 his head with roses dighte. 1 He told his beads backwards ; a figurative expression to signify cursing....
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Poetical Works: With Notices of His Life, History of the Rowley Controversy ...

Thomas Chatterton - History - 1842
...fasten'd neere his chynne; His autremete4 was edged with golden twynne, And his shoone pyke aa loverds 6 mighte have binne ; Full well it shewn he thoughten...trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse-millanare7 his head with roses dighte. 1 He told his beads backwards ; a figurative expression...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., Volume 1

Thomas Chatterton - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1842
...golden twynne, And his shoone pyke 5 a loverds6 mighte have binne ; Full well it shewn hethoughten coste no sinne: The trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse-millanare7 his head with roses dighte. 1 He told his beads backwards ; a figurative expression...
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Hausschatz englischer Poesie: Auswahl aus den Werken der bedeutendsten ...

Oskar Ludwig Bernhard Wolff - English poetry - 1852 - 399 pages
...to bide. His cope was all of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, With a gold button fasten'd neere his ehynne; His autremete was edged with golden twynne, And his...trammels of the palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse millanare his head with roses dighte. An almes, sir prieste! the droppynge pilgrim saide, O let...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., Volume 2

Thomas Chatterton, C. B. Willcox - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1857 - 388 pages
...to the holme to bide. VIII. His cope was all of Lyncolne clothe so fyne, With a gold button fasten'd neere his chynne ; His autremete was edged with golden...palfrye pleasde his sighte, For the horse-millanare 2 his head with roses dighte. 1 He told his beads backwards ja figurative expression to signify cursing....
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